That was hilarious! I remember learning it at school, that’s just basic math! I must admit the guy didn’t loose his temper all the way through the call. They should’ve pay him instead for teaching math:)
Thanks for your replies, guys! I will try SWF Encrypt 5.0. I know FlashDen doesn’t allow to encrypt the files as they do it themselves, but for all other purposes additional protection won’t hurt:)
Thank you, MBMedia for the advice. I will try it using your method.
Could you recommend some good encryption software for encrypting Flash and code?
I have looked over the net and simply not sure which is best.
I would appreciate if you could share your opinion on this topic.
Whatever is wrong with you, Collis, get better!!! All the best wishes, warm chicken soup (in case you’ve got cold) and greetings from FlashDenners!:)
Very useful thread. I was just having the same problem when adding a child swf into the main movie. I read about the issue on one of the forums a while ago but completely forgot when needed it the most:)
Thanks for heads up on this important topic, MBMedia! You saved my remaining hair from being pulled off completely:)
That was just a humble suggestion:)
This is a great article – http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flash/articles/liquid_gui.html
Check this out, I think that’s what you are looking for.
You could contact the author of the file. I’m sure they would help you out.